The total number of hotel rooms in Belfast city centre will have increased by 47 per cent year-on-year by the end of 2018 following an unprecedented rise in hotel development, according to the Belfast Hotel Market Snapshot 2018 by Lambert Smith Hampton.
Some of the UK and Ireland’s foremost voices on Brexit will gather in Belfast this autumn to address business leaders at an event hosted by the Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI). Taking place in the wake
Belfast’s first dedicated fintech co-working space has opened for business. Catalyst Belfast Fintech Hub is located on the ground floor of Danske Bank’s city centre headquarters in a specially designed space next to the bank’s flagship branch in Donegall Square West.
Northern Ireland’s ‘smartest’ homes are being unveiled in Belfast today. Introduced by leading property developers, Barnett Developments, Portland 88 features 88 ‘smart’ turnkey apartments which are kitted out with the latest cutting-edge ’Smart Home Intelligence System’. Thought to be
Portuguese airline TAP is to launch a new double daily service between Dublin and Lisbon from next summer. The new route will bring additional choice for passengers travelling between Dublin and Lisbon and will also offer convenient onward connectivity to South America and
A dog loving entrepreneur from Moira has capitalised on the surge in popularity for doggie fashion accessories to launch her own business with the support of the Go For It Programme, in association with Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.
Belfast’s Titanic Hotel has celebrated its first anniversary. The hotel, which is owned by Harcourt Developments and is part of the Harcourt Collection Hotel Group, celebrated the occasion by organising a host of activities throughout the hotel for guests
New research into savings habits released by Progressive Building Society reveals that 34% of Northern Ireland adults do not save regularly (at least once a month). The research highlights that the main reason for not saving is a lack of extra money with
Following a £500,000 investment, Northern Ireland’s largest independently owned security company, Mercury Security Management, has today announced a major rebrand for the firm as they launch a new Facilities Management division which will see the creation of over 90 new jobs across the
Entries are now being sought for the Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards 2018, which recognise the contribution of individuals and organisations who have worked to improve road safety in their communities.